Coleman II United States Penitentiary


Coleman II USP

Coleman II United States Penitentiary

Coleman II United States Penitentiary is a high security penitentiary located in Sumterville, Florida. The facility is part of Sumter County and is one of the five facilities that make up the Coleman Federal Correctional Complex. The penitentiary currently holds 1400 inmates, all of which are male offenders. On average, the facility holds inmates that are from 20 - 78 years old. On average, an offender usually serves a 16 year term at the penitentiary.  When constructed the bed capacity of Coleman II was designed to only hold 960 inmates. For housing, the facility has six different two-story buildings, each containing 128 cells.

In order to work towards their goal of making inmates law abiding citizens by the end of their term, Coleman II United States Penitentiary requires all offenders to take part in some sort of education. To do so, all new inmates must be tested on their previous knowledge so the education department can get a sense of the type of education each offender needs. Inmates who do not have their GED or a high school diploma will be enrolled in a GED program.  All offenders may be educated with classes and programs on Monday through Friday.  In addition, they may enroll in vocational classes such as business education, computer training, culinary arts, horticulture, cosmetology, and more. Parenting programs are also available along with programs for inmates who do not speak English as a first language. Inmates are also required to have a job around the facility and can take part in the eight apprenticeships Coleman II USP offers.

Visiting Hours at Coleman II United States Penitentiary:

Coleman II United States Penitentiary allows visitors on Sundays, Mondays, and Saturdays. Visiting takes place from 8:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. Visitors are also welcome on federal holidays, where visiting hours follow the same schedule as normal day visits. As the visiting room becomes overcrowded, visits will be terminated. Usually when overcrowding occurs, the Visiting Room Officer will ask volunteers to leave and then ask local visitors (those who have traveled less than 300 miles) to leave.  

  • New visitors are not allowed into the visiting room after 2:00, due to the limited time left.
  • Offenders are given 7 visiting points per month, where weekday visits deduct one point and weekend/holiday visits deduct three points.
  • Inmates are allowed up to five visitors at once, excluding children under two years of age.
  • Those looking to visit an inmate who resides at the Special Housing Unit may only visit on weekends or holidays for up to 2 hours at a time. Visits to the Special Housing Unit allow only up to 2 visitors per inmate. Inmates will stay in a room where contact will not be made for the duration of the visit. 

Physical Address:

Coleman II United States Penitentiary
846 NE 54th Terrace
Sumterville, Florida 33521



Inmate Mailing Address:

Inmate Name, ID Number
Coleman II United States Penitentiary
P.O. Box 1034
Coleman, Florida 33521